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19 Sep 2017
“Not Worth the School's Money”
29 Nov 2016
“An unforgettable experience!”
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Outdoor Activities infused with Aboriginal Culture for Urban Learners - Available in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Nature Tours (Eco Tour + Cultural Teachings) and Fishing Tours (Fishing + Cultural Teachings) available.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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20 Hollis St, Toronto, Ontario M6M 4M9, Canada
York-Crosstown
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+1 647-709-1338
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Reviewed 19 September 2017

I volunteered with my daughters' school recently on a school trip. With all due respect, I found the information that this gentleman dispensed to very vague. (I found the same passages on Google that we heard on the tour). I found that the information he...More

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Reviewed 29 November 2016

Alan is a knowledgeable guide who widened my perspective about the social, economic, and political issues centered on Toronto’s river waters. The trip to the Humber River with my classmates was an excelled learning experience and taught us a lot of the cultural heritage and...More

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Reviewed 21 October 2016

Hands down, best classroom field trip ever! Allan (The Great Wild Salmon Tamer) is an outstanding guide.:)

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York-Crosstown
York-Crosstown is a sleepy area of Toronto dotted
gorgeously with hills and farmland, stately homes and
parks. An affluent district in parts, the stately
houses at Baby Point along Jane Street are especially
breathtaking, and make for a lovely wander on a clear
day. Parks are bountiful in York-Crosstown, which
makes it a vibrant area for outdoor play and sports,
providing a break from the hustle of Toronto's busy,
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